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JULIEN, STANISLAS (TRANSL.): - San-Tsze-King ... The Three Character Classic Composed Towards the End of the XIII Century by Wang-Pih-How. Published in Chinese and English with the Table of the 214 Radicals. Paris, Benjamin Duprat, 1864.

. Pp. (ii), 3-15, (1) errata + pp. 20 with Chinese characters. Sewn as issued, uncut in original printed wrappers, with some staining and spine chipped. "The Three Character Classic" commonly known as San Zi Jing is one of the classic Chinese texts attributed to Wang Yonglin (1223-96), a renowned Song scholar. During the Ming and Qing dynasties it formed the basis of elementary education. The text is arranged in three-character verses for easy memorisation. A Chinese / Latin edition appeared in the same year. Löwendahl 1813 (this copy). Cordier BS 1436.
EUR 500.00 [Appr.: US$ 608.93 | £UK 430.25 | JP„ 64502] Booknumber: 120622

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